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    Work Continues on Capital Levy-funded Construction Projects
    Posted on 09/24/2019
    Interior demolition at Bagley Elementary

    Capital Levy-Funded Construction Continues and Planning Begins

    While the district celebrated completion of four levy-funded projects with ribbon-cuttings, construction continued on the two remaining major projects included in the Building Excellence IV (BEX IV) Capital Levy, approved by voters in 2013, and the final major project funded by the Buildings, Technology, and Academics IV (BTA IV) Capital Levy, which was approved by Seattle voters in 2016.

    Bagley Elementary: Portables were removed and excavation began for the new classroom wing. Interior demolition and removal of hazardous material is complete. Upgrades began in the existing building to improve earthquake safety.

    Wing Luke Elementary: Work is underway on to install underground utilities. Structural steel installation began. Some concrete is in place and preparation began for additional concrete work.

    Webster School: Most of the demolition is complete including hazardous materials abatement. Upgrades began to improve earthquake safety. The temporary roof is in place.

    Planning has begun for several buildings that will undergo work funded by Building Excellence V (BEX V) Capital Levy, which was approved by voters in February 2019. Those projects are:

    Design work is underway for an addition to Coe Elementary and a phase II addition at Magnolia Elementary. Each project is funded by a state Distressed Schools Grant.